After two years of the pandemic, the carnival is back in the streets, the Sambadrome, and the clubs of São Paulo.
The city hall expects to attract 15 million revelers to more than 500 groups.
However, the capital offers a full cultural agenda for those who prefer to stay away from the revelry.
Museums and other São Paulo cultural institutions will remain open, offering diverse activities such as workshops, storytelling, and exhibitions.
The Instituto Moreira Salles (IMS) at Avenida Paulista opened as usual on Saturday (18) and Sunday (19), from 10 am to 8 pm, closing on Monday . . .